Ch9 Regaining Muscular Strength & Endurance

27 Questions | Total Attempts: 64

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  • 1. 
    Select  Muscular strength
    • A. 

      Ability to generate force against some resistance

    • B. 

      Important to maintain normal levels of strength for normal healthy living

    • C. 

      Imbalance or weakness can impair normal function

    • D. 

      Ability to perform repetitive muscular contractions against some resistance

    • E. 

      Ability to generate force quickly

    • F. 

      Combination of strength and speed

    • G. 

      Performance is limited without power

  • 2. 
    Select Muscular endurance
    • A. 

      Ability to perform repetitive muscular contractions against some resistance

    • B. 

      Ability to generate force against some resistance

    • C. 

      Important to maintain normal levels of strength for normal healthy living

    • D. 

      Imbalance or weakness can impair normal function

    • E. 

      Ability to generate force quickly

    • F. 

      Combination of strength and speed

    • G. 

      Performance is limited without power

  • 3. 
    Select Power
    • A. 

      Ability to generate force quickly

    • B. 

      Combination of strength and speed

    • C. 

      Performance is limited without power

    • D. 

      Ability to generate force against some resistance

    • E. 

      Important to maintain normal levels of strength for normal healthy living

    • F. 

      Imbalance or weakness can impair normal function

    • G. 

      Ability to perform repetitive muscular contractions against some resistance

  • 4. 
    Select Isometric contraction
    • A. 

      Contraction that produces muscle tension but no change in muscle length

    • B. 

      Contraction that causes muscle shortening while tension increases to overcome some resistance

    • C. 

      Resistance is greater than the muscular force being produced and muscle lengthens while producing tension

  • 5. 
    Select Concentric contraction
    • A. 

      Contraction that causes muscle shortening while tension increases to overcome some resistance

    • B. 

      Contraction that produces muscle tension but no change in muscle length

    • C. 

      Resistance is greater than the muscular force being produced and muscle lengthens while producing tension

  • 6. 
    Select Eccentric Contraction
    • A. 

      Resistance is greater than the muscular force being produced and muscle lengthens while producing tension

    • B. 

      Contraction that causes muscle shortening while tension increases to overcome some resistance

    • C. 

      Contraction that produces muscle tension but no change in muscle length

  • 7. 
    Select Slow Twitch Fibers
    • A. 

      Type I or slow oxidative

    • B. 

      Resistant to fatigue

    • C. 

      Time required to generate force is greater in slow twitch fibers

    • D. 

      Primarily associated with long duration, aerobic type activities

    • E. 

      Produce quick, forceful contractions by tendency to fatigue

  • 8. 
    Select Fast Twitch Fibers
    • A. 

      Produce quick, forceful contractions by tendency to fatigue

    • B. 

      Type I or slow oxidative

    • C. 

      Resistant to fatigue

    • D. 

      Time required to generate force is greater in slow twitch fibers

    • E. 

      Primarily associated with long duration, aerobic type activities

  • 9. 
    Select Hyperplasia
    • A. 

      Increase in number of muscle fibers

    • B. 

      Increased number of capillaries

    • C. 

      Increased size and number of myofilaments

    • D. 

      Adaptations of muscle due to training can begin to reverse within 48 hours of removing training

  • 10. 
    Select Reversibility
    • A. 

      Increase in number of muscle fibers

    • B. 

      Increased number of capillaries

    • C. 

      Increased size and number of myofilaments

    • D. 

      Adaptations of muscle due to training can begin to reverse within 48 hours of removing training

  • 11. 
    Select Overload Principle
    • A. 

      To improve strength, muscle must be worked at a level higher than it is accustomed to

    • B. 

      Muscle will maintain strength if it is trained against a consistent resistance that it is accustomed to

    • C. 

      Effective training requires a consistently increasing effort against progressively more resistant loads

    • D. 

      In rehabilitation, rate of progression is determined by athlete’s response to specific exercise

    • E. 

      Capable of increasing muscle strength at specific joint angles

    • F. 

      No corresponding increase at other joint angles

    • G. 

      May produce spikes in systolic blood pressure

    • H. 

      Widely used in rehabilitation

    • I. 

      Contractions should be held for 10 seconds at frequency of 10 or more per hour

  • 12. 
    Select Isometric Exercise
    • A. 

      Capable of increasing muscle strength at specific joint angles

    • B. 

      No corresponding increase at other joint angles

    • C. 

      May produce spikes in systolic blood pressure

    • D. 

      Widely used in rehabilitation

    • E. 

      Contractions should be held for 10 seconds at frequency of 10 or more per hour

    • F. 

      To improve strength, muscle must be worked at a level higher than it is accustomed to

    • G. 

      Muscle will maintain strength if it is trained against a consistent resistance that it is accustomed to

    • H. 

      Effective training requires a consistently increasing effort against progressively more resistant loads

    • I. 

      In rehabilitation, rate of progression is determined by athlete’s response to specific exercise

  • 13. 
    Select Variable Resistance
    • A. 

      Change in force required at different angles to move a particular resistance

    • B. 

      Greatest when joint is at 90 degrees

    • C. 

      Accommodating resistance or variable resistance equipment changes resistance at different points in range

    • D. 

      Greater force can be generated due to lower number of motor units recruited allowing other motor units to be recruited to generate increased force

    • E. 

      Oxygen use is much lower with eccentrics

    • F. 

      Efficiency of eccentric exercise is higher than concentric exercise

    • G. 

      Must be able to control body movements

  • 14. 
     Select Recommended Techniques of Resistance Training  –Must consider 4 areas
    • A. 

      Amount of weight to be used

    • B. 

      Number of repetitions

    • C. 

      Number of sets

    • D. 

      Frequency of training

    • E. 

      Repetition maximum (RM)

    • F. 

      Recovery period

  • 15. 
    Single set
    • A. 

      1 set 8-12 reps at a slow speed

    • B. 

      3 exercises for 1 muscle group, 2-4 sets with no rest

    • C. 

      2-3 warm-up sets with progressively increasing resistance followed by several sets at the same resistance

    • D. 

      Multiple exercises, 1 set of 8-10 repetitions or 1 or 2 exercises, with multiple sets of 8-10 repetitions

    • E. 

      Multiple sets decreasing repetitions and increasing resistance

    • F. 

      Workouts exercise different groups of muscles on different days

  • 16. 
    Tri-sets
    • A. 

      3 exercises for 1 muscle group, 2-4 sets with no rest

    • B. 

      1 set 8-12 reps at a slow speed

    • C. 

      2-3 warm-up sets with progressively increasing resistance followed by several sets at the same resistance

    • D. 

      Multiple exercises, 1 set of 8-10 repetitions or 1 or 2 exercises, with multiple sets of 8-10 repetitions

    • E. 

      Multiple sets decreasing repetitions and increasing resistance

    • F. 

      Workouts exercise different groups of muscles on different days

  • 17. 
    Multiple sets
    • A. 

      1 set 8-12 reps at a slow speed

    • B. 

      3 exercises for 1 muscle group, 2-4 sets with no rest

    • C. 

      2-3 warm-up sets with progressively increasing resistance followed by several sets at the same resistance

    • D. 

      Multiple exercises, 1 set of 8-10 repetitions or 1 or 2 exercises, with multiple sets of 8-10 repetitions

    • E. 

      Multiple sets decreasing repetitions and increasing resistance

    • F. 

      Workouts exercise different groups of muscles on different days

  • 18. 
    Superset
    • A. 

      1 set 8-12 reps at a slow speed

    • B. 

      3 exercises for 1 muscle group, 2-4 sets with no rest

    • C. 

      2-3 warm-up sets with progressively increasing resistance followed by several sets at the same resistance

    • D. 

      Multiple exercises, 1 set of 8-10 repetitions or 1 or 2 exercises, with multiple sets of 8-10 repetitions

    • E. 

      Multiple sets decreasing repetitions and increasing resistance

    • F. 

      Workouts exercise different groups of muscles on different days

  • 19. 
    Pyramid
    • A. 

      Multiple sets decreasing repetitions and increasing resistance

    • B. 

      Workouts exercise different groups of muscles on different days

    • C. 

      1 set 8-12 reps at a slow speed

    • D. 

      3 exercises for 1 muscle group, 2-4 sets with no rest

    • E. 

      2-3 warm-up sets with progressively increasing resistance followed by several sets at the same resistance

    • F. 

      Multiple exercises, 1 set of 8-10 repetitions or 1 or 2 exercises, with multiple sets of 8-10 repetitions

  • 20. 
    Split routine
    • A. 

      Workouts exercise different groups of muscles on different days

    • B. 

      1 set 8-12 reps at a slow speed

    • C. 

      3 exercises for 1 muscle group, 2-4 sets with no rest

    • D. 

      2-3 warm-up sets with progressively increasing resistance followed by several sets at the same resistance

    • E. 

      Multiple exercises, 1 set of 8-10 repetitions or 1 or 2 exercises, with multiple sets of 8-10 repetitions

    • F. 

      Multiple sets decreasing repetitions and increasing resistance

  • 21. 
    DeLorme’s method
    • A. 

      Based on repetition maximum of 10

    • B. 

      Used during early, intermediate and advanced levels of rehabilitation

    • C. 

      Percentages of 10 RM

    • D. 

      Utilizes varying sets for beginning/intermediate and advanced

    • E. 

      Set of 10 RM

    • F. 

      Utilized in advanced stages of rehabilitation

    • G. 

      Utilizes percentages of body weight

    • H. 

      Daily adjusted progressive resistive exercise

    • I. 

      Adjusted based on individual’s progress

  • 22. 
    Oxford method
    • A. 

      Used during early, intermediate and advanced levels of rehabilitation

    • B. 

      Percentages of 10 RM

    • C. 

      Utilizes varying sets for beginning/intermediate and advanced

    • D. 

      Set of 10 RM

    • E. 

      Utilized in advanced stages of rehabilitation

    • F. 

      Utilizes percentages of body weight

    • G. 

      Daily adjusted progressive resistive exercise

    • H. 

      Adjusted based on individual’s progress

    • I. 

      Based on repetition maximum of 10

  • 23. 
    MacQueen’s method
    • A. 

      Utilizes varying sets for beginning/intermediate and advanced

    • B. 

      Set of 10 RM

    • C. 

      Based on repetition maximum of 10

    • D. 

      Used during early, intermediate and advanced levels of rehabilitation

    • E. 

      Percentages of 10 RM

    • F. 

      Utilized in advanced stages of rehabilitation

    • G. 

      Utilizes percentages of body weight

    • H. 

      Daily adjusted progressive resistive exercise

    • I. 

      Adjusted based on individual’s progress

  • 24. 
    Sander’s program
    • A. 

      Utilized in advanced stages of rehabilitation

    • B. 

      Utilizes percentages of body weight

    • C. 

      Daily adjusted progressive resistive exercise

    • D. 

      Adjusted based on individual’s progress

    • E. 

      Set of 10 RM

    • F. 

      Utilizes varying sets for beginning/intermediate and advanced

    • G. 

      Percentages of 10 RM

    • H. 

      Used during early, intermediate and advanced levels of rehabilitation

    • I. 

      Based on repetition maximum of 10

  • 25. 
    Knight (DAPRE)
    • A. 

      Daily adjusted progressive resistive exercise

    • B. 

      Adjusted based on individual’s progress

    • C. 

      Utilizes percentages of body weight

    • D. 

      Utilized in advanced stages of rehabilitation

    • E. 

      Set of 10 RM

    • F. 

      Utilizes varying sets for beginning/intermediate and advanced

    • G. 

      Percentages of 10 RM

    • H. 

      Used during early, intermediate and advanced levels of rehabilitation

    • I. 

      Based on repetition maximum of 10

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